"Do librarians spend all day reading?" It's a common question. While a library's staff might be surrounded by books, however, they don't flip through their selection for fun. Between weeding out damaged products, helping customers research a subject, or just handling the day-to-day circulation work, any on-the-job "reading" is typically all business, no pleasure. But Abby Hargreaves, a children's librarian in Washington D.C., is asking a new question: "If I modeled reading—if I modeled enjoying the act of reading—might it entice more kids to read?"